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SVTs Change The Odds in Drug Testing

When I first began to cover drug testing for a little alternative newsweekly twenty years ago, the tests were laughably flawed. Fifty percent false positives were all-too-common which sounds like a travesty (and it was), but those same imperfections allowed people like me to pass my drug test with flying

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The Man Who Pissed On The Moon

Shortly after the Apollo 11 astronauts walked on the moon, each one returned to their respective hometown to be hailed as a hero:  Neil Armstrong went to Columbus, Army brat Michael Collins was welcomed in his adopted New Orleans, and Buzz Aldrin, who in time

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The Bishop

I. When I was twenty-four years old I had the great fortune to marry my best friend. If you find that kind of love once in your life, however qualified or brief, you are blessed beyond words forever. Bridget was my running buddy for years,

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Never… Ever… Forget: 9/11 at High Times Magazine

(The following is an excerpt from my eternal work-in-progress, Reefer Dadness (c). rc) On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, I was on the commuter train to Hoboken, rolling through the New Jersey Meadowlands when I heard a woman scream. I turned my head to the left and, behind me, saw her

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The Man Who Pissed On The Moon

Shortly after the Apollo 11 astronauts walked on the moon, each one returned to their respective hometown to be hailed as a hero:  Neil Armstrong went to Columbus, Army brat Michael Collins was welcomed in his adopted New Orleans, and Buzz Aldrin, who in time would prove to be the

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Just a NORML Day – Busted with Keith Stroup, Part 3

Part III:  “Rosa Parks” (continued from Part II) Keith and I were like a couple of giddy school boys who just got out of the principals office.  The whole thing was so surreal. We cut back into the park and returned to the booth like conquering heroes.  Questions and answers

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